Aaron Hernandez civil suit refiled

New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez allegedly shot a man while driving back from a strip club in Miami in mid-February following an argument. The case was filed on the 13th of June and dismissed on the 17th, but ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that, per the agent of the alleged victim David Jaroslawicz, the suit was refiled yesterday.

New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez (81) runs past Houston Texans free safety Danieal Manning (38) and defensive back Brandon Harris (26) during the first half of the AFC divisional round playoff game at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

The refiling of this suit was expected to be refiled yesterday, and there are some interesting things to consider. The victim, Alexander S. Bradley, stated in the original lawsuit that he didn’t know who shot him, and we have learned that it was allegedly Aaron Hernandez only after the murder (which he has reportedly been arrested for “in connection) story developed yesterday. Also, who the hell files a lawsuit months later and doesn’t call the cops? Was he still friends with Hernandez? Doubt it. Was he afraid of Hernandez? Maybe, but he would have to be a really stupid coward for that to happen.

Bradley is seeking $100,000 in damages after losing his right eye, needing reconstructive surgery, and injuring parts of his face and arm. We’ll see how many legs this lawsuit has on Hernandez, who is already in huge trouble for the North Attleboro murder based on various recent reports, with the central one being that Aaron Hernandez has indeed been arrested due to the evidence connecting him as at least an accomplice.



Topics: Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots

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  • James W McCarthy

    He lost an eye and he wants 100k. The murder charge is scary this, not so much.

    • http://www.musketfire.com/ Joe Soriano

      Yeah, and the telling part is HOW the accuser has handled things in the aftermath. Isn’t it suspicious how he first filed the suit a whopping four months (feb 13 to june 13) after the incident? It is something to worry about, but it’s not near this possible murder arrest.

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